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A Match Made in Hollywood? The Ultimate Movie-Themed Engagement Photo Shoot

by Hazel Chua

You’re going to wish you thought of this first after seeing the awesome gallery below.

Redditor hamburgersandwiches and his fiance got married last Saturday (so they’re husband and wife now) and have released to the universe some of the coolest and kookiest engagement photos ever.

Movie Engagement Shootzoom in

They opted out of the usual poses and generic locations and chose to strike poses and reenact iconic scenes from some of the biggest movies of the century, including Back to the Future, Ghost (who can forget that pottery scene?), Top Gun, Spider-Man (yes, Spidey and Mary Jane’s upside-down kiss again), Indiana Jones, Titanic, and more.

You can check out the rest in the gallery below.

We wish hamburgersandwiches and his wife a lifetime of happiness–and may they have many sequels to come!

[via Geekologie]

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